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WHAT IS THE IRS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIVISION? The mission of IRS Information Technology Division is to provide leadership in the delivery of information technology solutions that anticipate and meet enterprise-wide needs by empowering employees to deliver customer-centered, value-creating systems, products, services, and support.

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Responsibilities

WHAT DOES A INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST (IBM OPERATING SYSTEM) DO? As an Information Technology Specialist (IBM Operating System) you will develop guidelines and apply new and improved approaches to the planning, installation, configuration, testing, implementation, and management of the IBM operating systems environment and diagnose complex IBM operating systems issues. The various projects have an impact on broad agency goals. They deal with multi-year plans, new cutting-edge technologies or issues, and develop new policies or make significant changes to existing policies that have IRS-wide impact.

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IBM Says Its Carbon Capture Research Will Help Meet 2030 Net-Zero Goal

International Business Machines Corp. is betting that its own research can speed along emerging technologies like carbon capture to meet the last stretch of its new net-zero climate-change goal.

“We’re not going to be in the business of capturing carbon, but we are in the business of working with companies to invent those technologies,”

IBM

President

James Whitehurst

said in an interview.

The Armonk, N.Y.-based information-technology company and patent giant said Tuesday that it aims to reach net-zero greenhouse-gas emissions by 2030, with a target of 65% lower emissions by 2025 from 2010 levels. It said it would use 75% renewable electricity by 2025 and 90% by 2030. Most of IBM’s carbon footprint comes from its data centers. By 2030, data centers are expected to take up more than 10% of the world’s electricity use, according to a 2015 study published in the journal Challenges.

“Without a doubt, we are

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